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Groundhog Day


Feb 11, 1993

Latest Home Video

Jan 29, 2008

MPAA Rating



Harold Ramis


Andie McDowell
Bill Murray


1993 Columbia Pictures

Still shot from the movie: Groundhog Day.

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A cynical TV weatherman (Bill Murray) is anything but excited about being stranded in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania while covering the annual Groundhog Day festivities. But things get even worse the next morning when he wakes up to discover that by some freak of nature time is standing still, and his life is permanently stuck on February 2.

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Why Is Groundhog Day Rated PG?

Groundhog Day is rated PG for some thematic elements.

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Home Video Viewing Alternatives

Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Groundhog Day.

Look for a comedic Bill Murray in Larger Than Life, the story of a man who inherits an elephant. Movies that toy with the idea of getting a refund on time so it can be spent a different way include 13 Going on 30, The Family Man and It’s A Wonderful Life.

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Canadian Movie Ratings

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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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Details on home video releases of Groundhog Day...

Replay Groundhog Day with this 15th Anniversary Special Edition DVD release. Bonus materials include A Different Day (an interview with Harold Ramis), The Study of Groundhogs (a real life look at marmots), and The Weight of Time (a making-of documentary). As well, fans can check out newly-discovered deleted scenes and listen to an audio commentary with director Harold Ramis.

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